Thursday, July 14, 2016

Automation pioneer among 50 companies to watch.

Maverick Technologies has been recognized by The Silicon Review magazine as one of the 2016 50 Best Companies to Watch. The publication selected Maverick based on its revenue growth, creativity in innovation, customer reviews and domain influence. Maverick Technologies is ISA’s Premier Strategic Partner for Systems Integration.

Paul Galeski, CEO Maverick
The Silicon Review is an online and print platform where new and established enterprises can interact, research new trends and share solutions to today’s technology challenges. It encompasses nine communities: Software, IT Services, Cloud, Mobile, Big Data, Security, Telecommunications, Hot Start-ups and Best Companies to Work For. Each year, The Silicon Review selects 50 companies that stand out as leaders in these areas.

“The Silicon Review 50 Best Companies to Watch program identifies the most dynamic companies that have made significant contributions in the fields of business and technology, and is designed to showcase companies that provide the most leading and groundbreaking effective technologies,” said Manish Pandey, editor-in-chief of The Silicon Review.

MAVERICK supports its customers across all phases of the manufacturing lifecycle with a comprehensive solution portfolio that covers everything from field instrumentation to business systems. The company’s goal is to improve profitability for its customers through individual industrial automation, enterprise integration, strategic manufacturing solutions and the holistic integration of knowledge across the enterprise.

Extensive technical and manufacturing expertise, a platform-agnostic approach and a customer-centric culture are what set MAVERICK apart from its peers. The company says it will continue to identify and develop innovative solutions for its customers’ evolving needs.

“We constantly strive to be the best source of automation, enterprise integration and strategic manufacturing solutions for our world-class customers,” said Paul Galeski, CEO and founder of Maverick. “We are honored to be recognized by The Silicon Review for these efforts.”


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